Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Synchronicity Journal May 1, 2007

I just called my dad on the phone. "Dad, do you have Roy Orbison's Essential Collection, the 2-CD set of his remastered songs?" This puts my dad in the mood to turn on the radio. When he turns it on, a Roy Orbison song is playing. My dad laughs in surprise and is tickled that Roy Orbison would be on the radio the moment I called to ask about him. Me? I'm starting to get used to this. It's not getting boring, though. Oh no, it's beautiful synchronicity.

18 comments:

Mark said...

Don't you just love how this all works. The more aware you become, the more you will notice all of the synchonicity in the Universe. Everthing does happen for a reason.

Lucid said...

Hmmm It is just like when you think about someone that you haven't talked to in a long time, and there goes the phone... can you guess who is on the other end???? Yup, that friend you just thought of five minutes ago!

It is neat when it happens!

bradford said...

. . in a three bed-room house, in the S.F. Bay area, I lived with Dusty Street and Norman from '77 til'80. They went to L.A. and different ways. Out of the blue Norman called to say he would be in my area and visit, within the hour, I heard Travis T. Hip on KPIG say that Dusty Street is back in rare form on Sirius radio. That was yesterday & seems to be getting more often . .

Sophia said...

Mark, even the little things are starting to be synchronistical. It's like magic. :)

Sophia said...

Lucid, that happened to me and my mom not too long ago. She was dialing my house but I was already on the line when she picked up the phone to dial. I heard the beeping tones and I was like, "Mom, hello?" She couldn't believe I was on the other line because she had picked up the phone to call me.

Sophia said...

Bradford, thank you for sharing your story of synchronicity with me. Do you keep a diary of these events? Sometimes it's fun to go back through and read them all just for memory's sake.

I once thought the world was changing, but then I realized everything is changing all the time, it's only that the awareness with which I noticed these events is improving.

Joe said...

This is part of the quickening of the world. These incidents are so very personal and so very ordinary to someone looking in from the outside. The universe is incredibly personal and at the same time totally impersonal. Isn't it a hoot? I just love to hear about the way we entertain ourselves in this manner. I had a syncronistic mens spiritual meeting today. Half of us had things about septic tank problems and sewer stuff unknown to each other. What a great comment about the state of affairs of the state. We had a great laugh over it.

Mossy said...

Hello All,

An hour ago I called someone and before the phone started ringing I heard him "dialing". He was shocked that he reached me before he had finished dialing my number. Then I saw this blog about sychronicity.

Do you guys think that the universe is conscious and is playing with us? Why? Just to get our attention? Just to say "Hello, I am here with you"?

Leighton Cooke said...

The big O was the greatest.

Desiree said...

That it is amazing isn't it?!!

Sophia said...

Joe, it does seem to be quickening. Not only time but also the synchronistic events are quickening. They happen so often anymore that I only write down the really important ones. It's like I'm starting to see the connection of everything. I don't know, has it always been there? I get the feeling it has, it's just that some of us are just starting to notice it. I have hopes that soon more and more people will start to notice because then we'll have a more seemingly united world. I can't tell if the world seems to be getting better because it's really getting better, or if it's only seeming to get better because I'm feeling better. How much does perspective play into it?

I had a septic tank for two years when I lived in a rural area. I remember the nightmares we started having with it. Rid-x doesn't solve everything!

I'm glad that you were able to come here and share your septic tank synchronicities with me. :) It reassures me that other people are experiencing this, too. I know it's subjective, but maybe someday everyone will experience it more often. Then wouldn't it be objective?

Sophia said...

Hi Mossy,

It's funny that that has happened to you before, too! Doesn't it give you chills?

I think we are evolving towards a conscious universe. Right now it seems to be sleeping. But I think soon it will wake-up, and when it does we can expect quite a shift! I don't know why it's sleeping, though. Maybe it wanted to see if it could remember itself. Maybe it was bored and wanted to experience life. But if it was perfect to begin with, there would be no such thing as boredom, because boredom only exists in things that seem imperfect. What do you think?

Sophia said...

Leighton, sometimes that voice of his brings tears to my eyes. He moves me! My favorite song that he sings is "I Drove All Night", which is a song that Cyndi Lauper did in the 80s. I don't know who did it first because I haven't researched it, but I definitely like Roy's version better!

Sophia said...

Desiree, it truly is! Synchronicity is like one great big universal alarm clock!

Brian said...

Experiences like that are definately fascinating. Do you find that journaling has helped you remember just how often they occur? I will be in awe for a moment when I notice something like this, but quickly forget about it until it happens again...

Sophia said...

Hi Brian,

I have found that not only does journaling synchronicities help me to remember how often they occur, it also seems to help me be more aware so that I notice them more and more often. My guess is that this works like a dream journal, in that journaling dreams has the effect of causing the dreamer to remember more dreams. It might have something to do with intention and awareness.

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm....Rob (Mmmmm)

Sophia said...

Rob! Good to see you. I ventured over to your blog earlier today with the hopes of seeing your return, but alas, Rob did not leave his mark today. :( How happy I am to see you here, though. :) Maybe this is a bit of synchronicity, since I haven't been to your blog in about a week. Isn't it neat that you come here the same day?